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Individuals, Interpersonal Relations, and Trust

@inproceedings{Good2000IndividualsIR,
  title={Individuals, Interpersonal Relations, and Trust},
  author={David Good},
  year={2000}
}
  • David Good
  • Published 2000
  • In the analysis of trust, we are inevitably drawn to the complex two-way interrelationships between it, the economic and political fabric of society, and the individuals who constitute that society. On the one hand we may be concerned with its role in the creation of that fabric and its psychological impact on the individual, and on the other we may be concerned with how that fabric and the properties of those individuals can serve to maintain trust and any associated cooperative behaviours… CONTINUE READING
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